Since the development of media systems and companies in recent years, topics concerning media management are hotly-debated internationally.
That is why it is also in our interest to make the topic ‘media management’ the subject of a parallel session.
We are glad to welcome experts from this field who will present us their point of views and issues that need to be considered in media companies.
The session starts with the co-presenters Wilfried Mödinger (Stuttgart Media University, Germany), Hansjörg Künzlil (ZHAW School of Applied Psychology Zürich, Switzerland) and Elke Berninge-Schäfer (Stuttgart, Germany). The three will cover the topic ‘Communication, Competency, Coaching – the New Approach to Create Leader Who Are Shaping the Future’.
Appropriately Stavros Georgiades, Professor at the Frederick University in Cyprus, continues with a speech about ‘Media Manager’s Perceptions of the Characteristics of the Information and the Related Assistance they Need to Provide Employees with to Achieve their Contributions’.
We are looking forward to the session and speakers!
If you find our sessions interesting, we would be very pleased to see you at our conference in Berlin! http://gca2015.com/registration/
Find the whole programme following: http://gca2015.com/schedule/
We are glad to announce that daily newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), literally Frankfurt General Newspaper, supports the Global Communication Association for this year’s conference in providing the Frankfurter Allgemeine Forum for a round table discussion on our first main conference day (Friday, 17 July).
The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung is knows as one of the most significant national daily and business newspaper in Germany. The newspaper stands for diversity of opinions and independence, for comprehensive reporting and incisive commentary on topics in politics, economy, arts and culture, science, education and society.
Gathering in the evening of Friday in their establishment in Berlin, we are hosting a round table discussion about the hotly-debated topic Digital Transformation in Media Companies.
Currently known participants of the discussion are:
Christoph Keese, Executive Vice President of Axel Springer SE, Germany
Cherno Jobatey, Journalist and TV presenter, Germany
Sebastian Turner, Editor Tagesspiegel, Germany.
If you find the topic interesting, we would be very pleased to see you at our conference in Berlin! http://gca2015.com/registration/
You also can find specific information about the programme following: http://gca2015.com/schedule/